26 – 27 March
. . . Planning Grandeur!!
Maximum Number Of Participants: 4
Registration Fee: 200/- per team
Event Heads: Salil Desai - +91 7588287553
Ajay Rathod - +91 8308438875
**Problem statement Out Now**
This year at NIRMITEE’19 we are proud to present town planning, an event with a new scope and perspective. It will be one of its kind and will encourage student participants to think beyond the blatant thought-process and introduce and redirect them to use SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS into their design and plan. The Sustainable Development Goals are the blueprint to achieve a better and more sustainable future for all. They address the global challenges we face, including those related to poverty, inequality, climate, environmental degradation, prosperity, and peace and justice.
Key features of this event are:
• To identify how the planning system works
• Investigate where and how uncertainty arises
• Identify the consequences of valuing land
• Devise a methodology for calculating land values taking planning matters into account
Students will have to use their scope of imagination and finesse to design and plan an organized township with an efficient communication system within a stipulated time stated in the question statement and should be on the based on the theme. Justification should be provided by the participants.
This event will prepare you to tackle the different issues which are generated at the time of designing townships, covering all the aspects of the same.
NOTE: Participants should include sustainable development goals in their planning and should be able to give justification for it.
The Event will be conducted in 2 stages:
STAGE 1: (Day 1)
1) Preparing the plan in the given time.
2) Selection of best plans on the same day.
STAGE 2 (Day 2)
Presentation by the teams selected providing justification and reasons supporting their plan, to the respected judges.
WINNERS: Based on the scores given by judges in solving problem statement and presentation skills.
Under Graduates (FE to BE), Post Graduate and Diploma students of any stream are eligible.
A team of minimum 2 and maximum of 4 students is allowed.
The allotted time for planning is 3 hours.
DC Rules, TDR and RERA requirements must be adhered to while planning. The National Building Code (NBC) should also be incorporated in the planning.
Maximum time allowed for presentation is 7 minutes and 3 minutes for questioning.
No reference material is allowed during the planning session of the event.
Participants will be provided with sheets and pages for calculations.
Participants will have to bring their own colors if needed.
Assistance if necessary will be provided by the technical team at the time of the event.
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TOWN PLANNING Location map